A long-standing tradition of metal
technologies expertise

Carmel Metal specializes in hot and cold forming, and implements a wide range of metal processing technologies and procedures to accommodate the diverse needs of our clients.

Cold Forming

What is Cold Forming

Cold forming is a popular manufacturing process that involves shaping metals through plastic deformation at or below room temperature. The process utilizes a range of techniques such as bending, drawing, rolling, impact extrusion, and cold forging to attain the desired shape of the material.

Carmel Metal – Extensive Capacity
and Capabilities

With decades of experience and expertise in deep drawing, stamping, and CNC spinning, Carmel Metal possesses the proficiency to perform cold forming on a wide range of metals from steels to elite alloys. We operate with a team of professionals that utilize 25 mechanical presses with a pressing capacity ranging from 22 to 400 tons. We also have 15 double-action hydraulic presses with a capacity of 4 to 500 tons, in addition to 5 feeders for large-scale serial fabrication.

Uses and Benefits

Cold forming offers several advantages, including precise shaping of metals without the requirement of high temperatures, leading to cost and energy-efficient production. Our cold-formed components are known for their superior quality, excellent surface finish, and tolerances. As cold-formed products undergo deformation at below recrystallization temperature, they develop increased strength, hardness, as well as resistance to wear, corrosion, and fatigue.

At Carmel Metal, we deliver high-quality cold-formed metal parts and components to leading companies across multiple industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive, agriculture, and air conditioning.

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